Initial Public Offer (IPO), is the first sale of shares by the privately owned company to the public. The companies going public raises funds through IPO's for working capital, debt repayment, acquisitions, and a host of other uses.
In other words :Initial Public Offer (IPO) is the process by which a private company can go publicly by selling of its stocks to general public. The company could be a new, young or an old one which has decides to be listed on an exchange and hence goes publicly. Companies can Increase equity capital with the help of an Initial Public Offer (IPO) by issuing new equity shares to the public. The new or the existing shareholders can sell
their alloted shares to the public without raising any fresh capital. The company who offers its shares, known as an 'issuer', does so with the help of investment banks. After IPO, the company's shares are traded in an open market and Those shares can be further sold by investors through secondary market trading.
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